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After retiring from professional tennis in 1992, Andrew Castle served as a commentator and presenter for BSkyB. He presented basketball, motor racing and golf for Sky.

 

He joined GMTV in September 2000 as a presenter, after a decade it was announced in June 2010 he is to leave the sofa, he presented the final broadcast of GMTV on 3 September 2010.

 

He is also a key member of the Bafta nominated BBC tennis team, covering Wimbledon, the AEGON Championships at Queen's Club, the French Open, Australian Open and the Davis Cup by BNP Paribas. Castle has been lead commentator on all men's singles finals since 2003 working alongside John McEnroe, Boris Becker, Jimmy Connors, Tim Henman and John Lloyd.

 

In 2005 he presented quiz show Perseverance, he is the presenter of game show Divided and has appeared on Beat the Star on 24 May 2009 - all on ITV. He took part in a new ITV programme 71 Degrees North in 2010.

 

Andrew competed in the sixth series of the celebrity dance competition, Strictly Come Dancing. His partner was Ola Jordan. Castle's appearance marked the third time a main GMTV presenter has participated in the show. After Week 4, he was 11th out of the remaining 12 contestants with an average 22.5/40. Andrew was voted out after round 7 of the competition on Sunday November 2. He scored 21 points for his samba which placed him second from bottom on the judges' leader board. He appeared in the dance-off with Heather Small who was saved by all four of the judges.